Veza: Achieving Least Privilege with Identity Security

Tech Theater 2

Starts: March 13, 2024 1:00 pm
Ends: 2:00 pm
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Achieving Least Privilege with Identity Security

Ensuring secure access to data is increasingly becoming a key concern not just for CISOs, but CIOs as well. However, the complexity of modern hybrid data and IT environments have made it nearly impossible to easily answer “who can and should have access to what data?” Answering this question is central to operationalizing the Principle of Least Privilege, core to any viable compliance and security program. Transformative new solutions based on the “permissions graph” have emerged, allowing comprehensive visibility and a next-gen governance approach to identity security.  


Rich Dandliker

Chief Strategy Officer - VEZA

Rich leads the strategy function at Veza. This includes driving long- term direction and key new initiatives across product, go-to-market, growth, competitive position, and marketing. Rich previously led product management across the entire portfolio at Okta from 2014 to 2018 through their IPO. He also led the product management team for Data Loss Prevention at Symantec and managed several products at security startups Vontu and IronPort Systems. He began his career in management consulting at Mitchell Madison Group, earned his Ph.D. in materials science at Caltech and his undergraduate degree in physics from Stanford. Outside of work, Rich enjoys long walks on his treadmill desk and helping his boys ruthlessly prioritize their Lego purchases.